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  • Paytm drives Indian mobile payments
  • Paytm drives Indian mobile payments
    Eric Parker (2012) ©

Paytm drives Indian mobile payments

Mobile payments often start with a clean slate in developing nations, and it’s no different in India. Paytm is the country’s largest mobile wallet service, with over 25 million users. And with fresh investment from Alibaba, it’s set to drive Indian m-commerce at an even faster rate.



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